Hip-hop artist the Game urged gang members from across Southern California on Sunday morning to converge on a South Los Angeles community center for a town-hall style meeting about curbing violence.
The Game, whose real name is Jayceon Taylor, told the hundreds gathered for a town-hall style meeting at a South Los Angeles community center that he was pushing a positive message because one day, he hopes his daughter will be able to walk the streets “a little safer.”
He told the crowd:
“Your life should mean more to you. Your life should mean more to you than what you’re showing.”
Nation of Islam Minister Tony Muhammad, who helped organize the event, said it’s time for the black community to come together.
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